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Haphtoroth translated & explained by Mendel Hirsch, rendered into English by Isaac Levy. by Mendel Hirsch

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Published by [I. Levy; sole American selling agent: Bloch Pub. Co.] in London .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Other titlesHaftarot. English. 1966, Haftarot. Hebrew. 1966
ContributionsLevy, Isaac, 1885-,
LC ClassificationsBS1287 H513 1966
The Physical Object
Number of Pages703
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17271660M

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